This delightful little creamware cup although based on an earlier 1800 design was produced during the late 19th century, circa 1895 by Wedgwood, England. The hand decorated, light as a feather creamware cup was produced for the retailer James Powell and Sons of the famous Whitefriars Glassworks in London. The base features the impressed ‘Wedgwood’ mark and the transfer printed Powell and Sons Wedgwood Etruria mark. This is a quality, decorative little piece that is perfect for anyone who collects Wedgwood or anyone who has a passion for English pottery and porcelain.
Measuring: Width including handle 2 5/8 inch (7 cm) by height 1 7/8 inch (5 cm).
Condition: 3 vertical hairlines to the interior and a small star shape hairline. General crazing to the glaze.
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